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									  BDP400 Talking telephone with large LCD display
                                                         DH275
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Contents
General Description ......................................................................................................1
Items supplied with the telephone .................................................................................2
Accessories ..................................................................................................................2
   Orientation.................................................................................................................2
Getting started ..............................................................................................................5
   Setting up ..................................................................................................................5
   Wall mounting ...........................................................................................................6
Operation ......................................................................................................................6
   Menu navigation ........................................................................................................6
   Settings .....................................................................................................................6
   Using the telephone ..................................................................................................9
   Caller display........................................................................................................... 11
   Phone book ............................................................................................................. 13
   Quick-dial ................................................................................................................ 16
Technical specification ................................................................................................ 17
Troubleshooting .......................................................................................................... 17
Safety information ....................................................................................................... 18
   General ................................................................................................................... 18
   Cleaning .................................................................................................................. 18
   Environmental ......................................................................................................... 19
Terms and conditions of sale ...................................................................................... 19
   Product regulations .................................................................................................20
   Keep up-to-date with new products from RNIB ........................................................ 20

General Description
This is a multi-function telephone which offers voice announcements throughout,
making it user-friendly, particularly for those that might have a sight problem. The
telephone features hands-free dialling, a phone book and caller display. (To use the
caller display facility, you must subscribe to your network provider's caller display
service). The phone also has an extra large LCD display, three quick-dial memory
buttons, tone and volume control and a boost mode for additional volume.
Items supplied with the telephone
      Telephone
      Handset cord
      Mains adaptor
      Telephone line cord
      Large print instruction guide
      Two screws for wall fixing

Accessories
As an optional extra you can also purchase a headset and microphone from RNIB
(DH275HS). It is ideally suited for high background noise environments and handsfree
use and is also hearing aid compatible.


Orientation

Front
With the front of the telephone facing towards you, you will notice that there is a large
LCD display towards the top end of the telephone. This display is almost the same
width as the telephone and can be moved backwards and forwards from a horizontal
position to a vertical stance of about 90-degrees. The display can be felt as it is slightly
recessed from the outer case. Towards the top right corner of the display you will feel a
small, raised, circular shape. This is a red LED light that flashes when a new call has
been received (but only if you have subscribed to the Caller Display service from your
network provider).

The specific details of the LCD display and what is shown is covered in more detail
below, under Orientation: Display.

On the left of the telephone is the handset, and underneath this is the speaker. Just
below the top part of the telephone cradle is a small hook. This can be rotated either
clockwise or anti-clockwise, and should be turned 180-degrees if intending to wall
mount the telephone. One part of the hook is flat to touch and this should be used
(facing towards top of telephone) in regular use. The hook should be rotated so the
rounded edge is facing towards top of the telephone for wall mounting use. This will
ensure that the handset stays in place when wall mounted.

The remaining space on the front of the telephone is covered by function buttons.
Towards the top edge of the telephone, just below the LCD display, are a series of
buttons in close proximity. This will be referred to as row one.

On the left (at the top) is a round button with the letter C on it (which is also tactile).
This is the "Delete" button. To the right of this are two triangular-shaped buttons, one
facing upwards and the other, below it, facing downwards. These are the "Up/Down"
scroll buttons. To the right of these buttons is another circular button with the letters
OK on it (which is also tactile). This is the "OK/Confirm" button, which also acts as the
"Call back" button.

Below these buttons is another row (row two), with three circular-shaped buttons, all
with a small recessed mark at the top of the button. The left button has the letters CID
printed next to it, and this is the "Caller ID" button. The middle button has the word
Menu printed above it, and this is the "Menu" button. The right button has the letters
PB printed next to it, and this is the "Phone book" button.

Below these three buttons is the number keypad in four rows of three buttons in the
following sequence: 1, 2, 3; 4, 5, 6; 7, 8, 9; Asterisk, 0, hash. (The number five is
denoted by a small tactile dot).

Below the keypad, and towards the bottom edge of the telephone are four, circular-
shaped buttons, each with a semi-circular recess on one side of the button. They are
from left to right as follows: The left button has a recess on the right side and has the
word Boost below it. This is the "Boost" button to amplify the volume. The next button
has a recess on the bottom edge and has the word Recall below it. This is the "Recall"
button which is used for accessing network services, such as double calls, three-party
conference calls and call transfer. The next button has a recess on the left side and
has the word Redial below it. This is the "Redial" button, and when pressed, this calls
the last number dialled (stored in the memory). The button on the right of this row has
a red LED situated at the top edge of the button and has the word Headset below it.
This is the "Headset" button, which should be pressed to activate the telephone when
making a call using a headset. The headset should be plugged into the top edge of the
telephone.

The last few buttons on the front of the telephone are situated on the right towards the
edge. Towards the top of the telephone are three circular-shaped buttons, one above
the other. Above these buttons are the letters Mem, and these are the three quick-dial
memory buttons. The top button (memory one - M1) has one tactile dot on it, the
middle button (memory two - M2) has two tactile dots on it, and the bottom of the three
buttons (memory three - M3) has three tactile dots on it. Once a telephone number is
programmed to one of these three buttons it can be dialled instantly by just pressing
the button.

Directly below the third memory button is a large button. This is the "Speakerphone"
button, and is used when you want to make hands-free calls. There is a small, red,
LED light at the top of this button.

Back
On the back of the telephone you will feel four round, non-slip feet in each corner.
There are two protruded oval-shaped parts, one located at the top part on the back of
the telephone, in between the two non-slip feet. The other part is located about three
inches below. Both of these protruding parts have a round recess. These parts attach
to a screw if affixing the telephone to a wall.
In between the other two non-slip feet on the back of the telephone is the battery
compartment. A small, semi-circular clip can be felt at the top part of the compartment,
and when this is pulled in towards the compartment, the lid can be removed away from
the telephone to expose the battery compartment.

On the left side on the back of the telephone is a small catch, that when pulled away
from the telephone, removes the "Memo card cover" (full details included below under
"right edge orientation").

Left edge
On the left edge of the telephone is a slide-control. This is the "Volume control" for the
speakerphone.

Also on the left edge, but towards the base of the telephone is a small, square-shaped
recess. This is the socket for the handset cord.

Right edge
On the right edge towards the top of the telephone is a two-way slide-switch. This is
the "New Call LED On/Off" switch. When turned off this setting means the small LED
light above the display will not flash, even when a new call has been received. This is
useful if you would like to extend the life of the telephone's batteries.

Towards the middle on the right edge of the telephone is a three-way slide-switch. This
is the "Ringer volume" switch. There are three volume settings - the top setting is the
loudest with the bottom setting being the quietest.

Directly below the "Ringer" slide-switch is a small catch. Pull this catch out to reveal
the "Memo card cover" (detailed above). This cover can be used for writing the names
of the contacts stored in the quick-dial memories (M1-M3).

Bottom edge
On the bottom edge of the telephone are two slide-controls. The slide-control on the
left is the "Tone control". The slide-control on the right is the "Volume control" for the
earpiece.

Just above these two slide-controls, and below the four round buttons on the front of
the telephone is a clear plastic area. This is the "Call Indicator" light that flashes when
a call is incoming.

Top edge
On the top edge of the telephone is a recessed area. Within this area are some
sockets. Towards the top left corner of this recessed area is a small, round hole. This
is the socket for a headset. Towards the top right corner are two more sockets. A
square-shaped recess is the socket for the telephone line cord. To the right of this is a
round-shape that protrudes from the telephone's case. This is the socket for the power.
Display
Please note: The information shown on the LCD display can either be with black text
on a white background, or white text on a black background. Details how to change the
colours of the display are covered further on in these instructions.

The following information is shown on the display while in normal mode:

Top left is a low battery icon, and to the right of this are the time digits, and towards the
top right corner are the date digits.

Below this line of text is the word "TOTAL:" followed by a number. This indicates how
many calls have been received. Below this the word "NEW:" is shown followed by a
number. This illustrates how many new calls are ready to be reviewed.

Other information will be shown on the display, as and when a certain function is
carried out. These will be detailed further on in these instructions.

When Caller ID is registered with your network provider the caller's name will show at
the bottom left of the display when the call is incoming. The telephone number will also
appear above the caller's name.

Getting started

Setting up
Connect one end of the curly cord to the handset, and the other end into the socket on
the left edge of the telephone.

Open the battery compartment on the back of the telephone by pushing the small clip
downwards and then remove the lid. Insert four alkaline batteries (AA size, 1.5V type)
into the battery compartment noting the correct polarity. Insert the two AA batteries into
the top part of the compartment by positioning the negative (flat) end of the battery
against the spring. Place the other battery next to it with the negative (flat) end
touching the positive (raised) part of the first battery. The positive (raised) part of both
batteries should be facing right. The bottom two batteries should be inserted in the
opposite direction with the positive (raised) part of both batteries facing left. Once
inserted, please replace the battery cover. If the batteries are running low, the low
battery icon will appear on the LCD display. There is not an announcement only shown
on display.

Please note: Ensure that the telephone is not connected to the telephone line socket
and/or mains power connection when the batteries are being inserted or replaced.

Please note: Do not use rechargeable batteries. Do not put batteries into the
household rubbish, pay attention to battery regulations regarding battery disposal in
accordance with your Local Authority.
Connect the telephone line cord to the square socket located at the top edge of the
telephone and then connect the plug into the wall socket.

Connect the power supply to the round socket located at the top edge of the telephone
then plug into a 13amp wall socket. Please choose a socket near your telephone to
enable you to unplug the mains power quickly in case of a problem.

Please note: Mains power is required to power the multi-function features of the
telephone. The four AA batteries are used to save and use stored numbers in case of
mains power failure. If no batteries are inserted, the low battery icon will be displayed
on the LCD display.

Wall mounting
Drill two holes vertically one above the other, 83mm apart, and leave the screws
protruding from the wall by 5mm.

Caution: Ensure there are no electrical lines, water pipes etc. in the wall where the
holes are drilled.

Turn the small hook in the receiver cradle 180-degrees so that the receiver can be
placed on-hook (the handset will remain in place when mounted to a wall). Then hang
the telephone directly into the screws noting the wall mounting holes on the back of the
telephone.

Operation

Menu navigation
To access the settings, press the "Menu" button twice when in standby mode.

To exit the menu, press either the PB, CID or C buttons (row two) at the top of the
telephone, and a beep tone will be heard.

The telephone will automatically return to standby mode when in any menu, if no
button is pressed for 20 seconds. A beep tone sound will be heard.

Settings

Voice function setting
Please note: The Voice function setting is set to ON as default. However, if you do
need to reset it in future for whatever reason, some people may require sighted
assistance when initially setting the voice function.

When the voice function is on, the Caller ID, Phone book, the settings in the menu,
numbers 0-9 in pre-dial mode, numbers held in the call log, numbers and letters and all
symbols held in the Phone book and a caller’s name (if recorded, see Phonebook
Chapter – Storing Name Recording) will be announced in the loudspeaker.

To turn the voice function setting on, press the "Menu" button twice to enter the menu.
The display will show the word "Store". Press either the "Up" or "Down" button until
you reach "Setting" on the display and press the "Ok" button. Press either the "Up" or
"Down" button until you reach "Voice" on the display and press the "Ok" button. Press
either the "Up" or "Down" button to toggle between "ON" and "OFF" and when "ON" is
selected, press "Ok" button to confirm. Press the "PB" button to exit and the telephone
will begin to announce each setting it is entering, denoting that the voice function has
been switched on.

Time setting
If you subscribe to a Caller Display service, the date and time will be set whenever you
receive a call. However, if you do not subscribe to this service, you will need to set the
date and time manually.

To set the time and date, press the "Menu" button twice to enter the menu. The display
will show and announce the word "Store". Press either the "Up" or "Down" button until
you reach "Setting" and press the "Ok" button. Press either the "Up" or "Down" button
until you reach "SET TIME" on the display and the telephone will say: "Time/date", and
press the "Ok" button. The telephone will say: "Set hours" and the hour digits on the
display will flash. Press either the "Up" or "Down" button to toggle through the hours
(each of which will be shown and announced), and press "Ok" button to confirm.

The telephone will then say: "Set minutes" and the minute digits on the display will
flash. Press either the "Up" or "Down" button to toggle through the minutes (each of
which will be shown and announced), and press "Ok" button to confirm.

While setting the time the words SET TIME will be shown on the bottom of the display.

The telephone will then say: "Set day" and the date number digits on the display will
flash. Press either the "Up" or "Down" button to toggle through the day in numbers
between 1-31 (each of which will be shown and announced), and press "Ok" button to
confirm when set.

The telephone will then say: "Set month" and the month number digits on the display
will flash. Press either the "Up" or "Down" button to toggle through the months in
numbers between 1-12 (each of which will be shown and announced as a month), and
press "Ok" button to confirm when set.

Press the "PB" button to exit and the telephone will beep.

Flash (Recall) setting
Your phone works with a time break recall for United Kingdom (R=100ms). In France,
flash time setting should be R=300ms. This value can be set to 100, 300 or 600.
To set the Flash (Recall) setting, press the "Menu" button twice to enter the menu. The
display will show and announce the word "Store". Press either the "Up" or "Down"
button until you reach "Setting" and press the "Ok" button. Press either the "Up" or
"Down" button until you reach "Flash" and press the "Ok" button. Press either the "Up"
or "Down" button to toggle between 100ms, 300ms and 600ms. For UK users select
100ms and press "Ok" button to confirm. Press the "PB" button to exit and the
telephone will beep.

Dialling mode (Tone/Pulse) settings
In the UK, all telephone exchanges now use Tone dialling. If your phone does not dial
out, it is probably being used from an older private switchboard (PBX). In this case, the
Tone/Pulse setting must be changed to Pulse.

To set the Tone/Pulse, press the "Menu" button twice to enter the menu. The display
will show and announce the word "Store". Press either the "Up" or "Down" button until
you reach "Setting" and press the "Ok" button. Press either the "Up" or "Down" button
until you reach "Tone/Pulse" and press the "Ok" button. Press either the "Up" or
"Down" button to toggle between Tone and Pulse. Select Tone and press "Ok" button
to confirm. Press the "PB" button to exit and the telephone will beep.

Ringer volume setting
Set the ringer volume by adjusting the slide-switch on the right edge of the telephone.
The high volume is the top setting, medium is the middle setting and low is the bottom
setting.

Ringer tone setting
To set the ringer tone, press the "Menu" button twice to enter the menu. The display
will show and announce the word "Store". Press either the "Up" or "Down" button until
you reach "Setting" and press the "Ok" button. Press either the "Up" or "Down" button
until you reach "Ringer" and press the "Ok" button. Press either the "Up" or "Down"
button to toggle between ringer 1-3. Select the preferred ringer tone and press "Ok"
button to confirm. Press the "PB" button to exit and the telephone will beep.

LCD screen setting
To set the LCD screen setting, press the "Menu" button twice to enter the menu. The
display will show and announce the word "Store". Press either the "Up" or "Down"
button until you reach "Setting" and press the "Ok" button. Press either the "Up" or
"Down" button until you reach "Display" and press the "Ok" button. Press either the
"Up" or "Down" button to toggle between "Black/white" or "White/black". Select the
preferred LCD screen setting and press "Ok" button to confirm. Press the "PB" button
to exit and the telephone will beep.

Strobe setting
To turn the strobe setting on/off, press the "Menu" button twice to enter the menu. The
display will show and announce the word "Store". Press either the "Up" or "Down"
button until you reach "Setting" and press the "Ok" button. Press either the "Up" or
"Down" button until you reach "Strobe" and press the "Ok" button. Press either the
"Up" or "Down" button to toggle between "On" or "Off". Select either "On" or "Off" and
press "Ok" button to confirm. Press the "PB" button to exit and the telephone will beep.

Using the telephone

Making a call
Pick up the handset. When you hear the dialling tone, dial the number on the keypad.
The number will be displayed on the LCD display and announced (if voice function is
switched on). To end the call, simply replace the handset in the cradle.

Pre-dialling
If the voice function is activated, once you press the number keys 0-9 you will hear the
number being dialled.

Key in the required number without lifting the handset. Use the "C" button if necessary
to cancel any digit input incorrectly.

Lift the handset, press the "Ok" button, or press the "Speakerphone" button and the
number will be automatically dialled.

To end the call, simply replace the handset in the cradle or press the "Speakerphone"
button.

Making a call - hands-free
Dial the number on the keypad in the on-hook position.

Use the "C" button if necessary to cancel any digit input incorrectly.

Press the "Speakerphone" button and the number will be dialled automatically. The
hands-free function (speaker) will now be activated and the LED indicator light on the
button will be illuminated.

When the third party answers the call, you may speak with the telephone in the hands-
free mode (handset in the cradle). Speak towards the microphone located on the front
edge of the telephone.

To end the call, press the "Speakerphone" button.

Please note: To deactivate the hands-free function during a call, lift the handset. To
activate the hands-free function during the call, press the "Speakerphone" button and
replace the handset on the cradle at the same time.

Please note: When in hands-free mode, only one person may talk at a time. The
switch-over between speaker and microphone is automatic. This is dependent on the
sound level of the incoming call and the microphone respectively. It is therefore
essential that there are no loud noises, e.g. music, in the immediate vicinity of the
telephone, as this will disrupt the hands-free function.

Receiving a call

When an incoming call is received, the telephone will ring. If the caller can be identified
(due to subscription to a Caller Display service), the caller’s telephone number will be
displayed. The caller’s name will also be displayed provided that the number and name
stored are in the phone book. If the voice setting is switched on and the caller can be
identified and a voice recording is associated with the incoming call, the voice
recording will be heard three times, followed by the ringer as standard. (Refer to Phone
book chapter, Create a Phone book Entry to find out more about voice recording).

Lift the handset.

To end the call, simply replace the handset in the cradle.

Receiving a call - hands-free
Press the "Speakerphone" button to speak hands-free.

To end the call, press the "Speakerphone" button again.

Last number redial
Lift the handset or press the "Speakerphone" button for hands-free use.

Press the "Redial" button (bottom row - third button from left to right) to redial the last
number dialled.

Handset volume setting
During a call, the handset volume can be adjusted using the volume (right slide
control) on front edge of the telephone. It can then be increased using the "Boost"
button (bottom row - first button from left to right).

Please note: Setting the receiver volume to maximum may under certain
circumstances, cause ear damage. Therefore, it is recommended that you adjust the
volume.

Speaker volume setting
During a call in hands-free mode, you can adjust the speaker volume to a desirable
level. Simply use the slide control located on the left edge of the telephone.

Tone control setting
During a call, while in hands-free mode, you can adjust the tone to a desirable level.
Simply use the left slide control located on front edge of the telephone.
Please note: Tone adjustment is not possible when the receiver volume is set to its
minimum level, and if the amplify is not on.

Call timer
Your handset automatically times the duration of every external call. The time is shown
on the display during the call and for a few seconds after the call has ended.

Hearing aid use
This telephone is hearing aid compatible. Select the T mode on your hearing aid to
enable this feature.

Headset use
A headset can be connected at the top edge of the telephone (jack 2.5mm).

Press the "Headset" button (bottom row - fourth button from left to right) then dial your
number. The volume and tone can be adjusted as described above. At the end of the
call press the "Headset" button again to release the line.

New Call LED setting
It’s useful for your requirements, if you’d like to extend the life of the batteries, simply
slide the "New Call Led" control (located on the right edge, towards the top of the
telephone) to the off position. When switched off the LED light above the display will
not flash, even when a new call has been received.

Caller display
Please note: The features described in this section are only available if you subscribe
to a Caller Display service from your network provider.
Caller Display means you can establish who is calling before you answer a call or also
who has called in your absence (provided the number is not withheld, unavailable or is
an international call). If the number is stored in the phone book, the caller’s name will
also be displayed.

Whether you take a call or not, the caller’s details are stored in the Call log. The Call
log stores the incoming calls. When the Call log memory is full, a new call will take the
place of the oldest call. You can display, scroll through and dial numbers in the log.
The sequence number is shown in the top right-hand side of the LCD display and the
telephone will say: “End” when you reach the last record of the Call log.

If the caller has exercised the option to prevent his number from being displayed, the
word "PRIVATE" will be shown on the display and will also be announced by the
telephone. If someone is calling from an area where the service provider is not offering
the Caller display services or an area which is not providing name and number delivery
to your area via the long distance network, "OUT OF AREA" will be announced and will
also be shown on the LCD display. If a telephone number has not been seen
previously, "NEW" will be displayed on the LCD display (but not announced). If several
calls have been received from a particular number, "NEW REP" will be displayed on
the LCD display (but not announced).

The red incoming call indicator light, located on the top right of your LCD display will
flash when you have received a new call in your absence. The indicator will continue to
flash until you review all the new calls displayed on the screen. A total of 64 numbers
can be stored in the Call log. If there are calls with names received, the total of
numbers stored in the Call log will be less than 64 (depending on the number of
characters within the name of the contact).
A call log entry consists of the following information shown on the LCD display:

Time and date of the call, sequence number within the log, caller's number and caller's
name.

The telephone will announce the number (name instead if recorded), hour and minute
(time call received) and the date and month (date call received).

View Caller display list
Enter "Phone book" mode (by pressing the PB button - second row from top, right
button) and a book symbol will be shown on the display in the top right corner, and the
telephone will say: "Phone book". Press the CID button (second row from top, left
button) and an arrow facing right will be shown on the display in the top right corner,
and the telephone will say: "Caller ID". Use the "Up" and "Down buttons" to scroll
through the caller display list. The telephone will show on the display and announce
the caller's number, and the date and time the call was received. If a number has been
stored in the Phone book along with a contact name, the name will also be displayed
but only announced if a name has been recorded (see Name Recording in Create a
Phone book entry section).

Please note: At the end of the caller display list the LCD will display and announce:
"End". If there are no caller display telephone numbers in the caller display list, the
word "Empty" is shown and announced.

Dial a number from the Caller display list
Lift the handset or press the "Speakerphone" button to get a dial tone.

Use the "Up" and "Down" buttons to scroll through the caller display list until you find
the telephone number you wish to dial.

Press the "Ok" button (top row of buttons - on the right) to automatically dial the
telephone number.

Or:

In the on-hook position use the "Up" and "Down" buttons to scroll through the caller
display list until you find the telephone number you wish to dial.
Press the "Ok" button to automatically dial the telephone number.

Delete an entry from the Caller display list
Use the "Up" or "Down" buttons to scroll through the caller display list until you find the
telephone number you wish to delete. The telephone will show the contact and also
announce the contact's number (and name if recorded). Press the "C" button (top row,
left button) and the word "DELETE?" will be shown and announced. Press and hold
the "C" button until the telephone number disappears. Press the "PB" button to exit.

Delete all entries from the Caller display list
Use the "Up" or "Down" buttons to scroll through the caller display list until you find the
telephone number you wish to delete. The telephone will show the contact and also
announce the contact's number (and name if recorded). Press and hold the "C" button
(top row, left button) and the word "DEL. ALL?" will be shown and "delete all" will be
announced. Press and hold the "C" button until the telephone number disappears - the
list will be erased. Press the "PB" button to exit.

Please note: New calls cannot be deleted. When doing so, the display will show
PROTECT and several beep tones will be heard (Protect is not announced).

Copying a number to the Phone book
Use the "Up" or "Down" buttons to scroll through the caller display list until you find the
telephone number you wish to copy.

Press the "Menu" button (second row, middle button) until the display shows COPY?
and says: "Copy?" Press the "Ok" button (top row, right button) and "OK" will be
displayed and announced.

Phone book
Telephone numbers and associated names can be stored in the phone book.
The phone book can contain up to 85 telephone numbers (maximum of 22 digits) with
names (maximum of 16 letters). If you subscribe to a caller ID service the name in the
phone book will be shown for incoming calls.

Create a Phone book entry
To create a phone book entry, press the "Menu" button twice to enter the menu. The
display will show and announce the word "Store". Press the "Ok" button to confirm.
Using the keypad, enter the desired number (up to 22 digits - each of which will be
announced if voice function is on). Use either the "Up", "Down" or "C" buttons if
necessary to cancel any digit input incorrectly. When the number is correct, press the
"Ok" button to confirm.

Then, enter the name, select the desired letter by pressing the corresponding key one
or more times (see table below for full details), and each letter will be announced (if the
voice function is on). When the name is correct, press the "Ok" button to store the new
entry in the phone book.
"OK" will then be displayed and announced, followed by NAME REC displayed and
"Name recording" announced. If you wish the name to be read aloud with its
associated number, you must take the following step:

Press and hold the "Ok" button until a tone is heard.

Speak the desired name clearly and at a distance of 15-20cm from the telephone. The
recording can be up to three seconds long. Then, release the "Ok" button.

Repeat the above steps to store other numbers to your phone book or press the "PB"
button when you are ready to exit.

Keypad characters
The following information details what letters and symbols can be used from each
respective keypad number. This is important for use when storing a name to the phone
book.

1. (Space character) + & - / 1
2. A, B, C, 2
3. D, E, F, 3
4. G, H, I, 4
5. J, K, L, 5
6. M, N, O, 6
7. P, Q, R, S, 7
8. T, U, V, 8
9. W, X, Y, Z, 9
* (Star). ' @ () *
0. , . : ; " ? 0
# (Hash). $ _ % ! #

Some telephone systems require a pause to be inserted when dialling a number. To
insert a dialling pause (of three seconds) between digits when storing a telephone
number, press the "Redial" button (bottom row, third from left button) until P appears
on the LCD display (this is not announced).

View phone book entries
Press the "PB" (second row, right button) and the telephone will say: "Phone book".
Use the "Up" and "Down" buttons to scroll through the phone book entries. If names
have been recorded and the "Voice" function is switched on, the entries will be read
aloud. Or, you can find the telephone number by pressing the first letter of the stored
name (please refer to the keypad characters above). Press the "PB" button to exit.

Store/change a name recording
To store/change a name recording, press the "Menu" button twice to enter the menu.
The display will show and announce the word "Store". Press either the "Up" or "Down"
button until you reach "NAME REC" and the telephone will say "Name recording", and
press the "Ok" button to confirm. Press either the "Up" or "Down" button until you
reach the desired telephone number and press and hold the "Ok" button until a tone is
heard. Say the desired name, speaking clearly and at a distance of 15-20cm from the
telephone. The recording can be up to 3 seconds long. Release the "Ok" button when
finished. Press the "PB" button to exit.

Delete a name recording from the phonebook
This function deletes the person's name recording only. The telephone number will still
appear in the phone book and will be announced (the name will still be shown on the
display).

To delete a name recording, press the "Menu" button twice to enter the menu. The
display will show and announce the word "Store". Press either the "Up" or "Down"
button until you reach "NAME REC" and the telephone will say "Name recording", and
press the "Ok" button to confirm. Press either the "Up" or "Down" button until you the
desired telephone number to be deleted and press the "C" button once only while the
recording is played back. You may have to scroll through the numbers several times to
be sure you know which one you wish to delete. Press the "PB" button to exit.

Delete a phone book entry
This function will delete the name and number from entirely from the phonebook

Locate the required telephone number by accessing the phone book (by pressing the
"PB" button and scrolling through using the "Up" and "Down" buttons).

Press the "C" button once only and the word "DELETE?" will be shown on the display.
It will also announce the word "delete".

Press and hold the "C" button until the telephone number disappears and the
telephone will say: "Deleted".

Delete all phone book entries
Locate the required telephone number by accessing the phone book (by pressing the
"PB" button and scrolling through using the "Up" and "Down" buttons).

Press and hold the "C" button and "DEL. ALL?" will be shown on the display. The
telephone will announce the word "delete all".

Press and hold the "C" button until the telephone number disappears and the
telephone will say: "Deleted" and will then say: "Empty" to denote that all numbers
have been deleted.

Press the "PB" button to exit.
Dialling using a phone book entry
Locate the required telephone number by accessing the phone book (by pressing the
"PB" button and scrolling through using the "Up" and "Down" buttons).

Then, press the "Ok" button. The number will be dialled automatically. If names have
been recorded, they will be read aloud for the chosen entry.

Modify a phone book entry
Locate the required telephone number by accessing the phone book (by pressing the
"PB" button and scrolling through using the "Up" and "Down" buttons).

Press and hold the "Menu" (second row, middle button) until the LCD display shows
"EDIT?" and the telephone says: "Edit". Press the "Ok" button and the telephone will
say: "Right number" and the first digit on the left of the display will begin to flash. Press
the "C" button to delete the number that is flashing, or input another number by simply
typing the actual number you require using the keypad. Once complete it will move to
the next digit and it will flash on the display. You can also move to the next digit by
using either the "Up" or "Down" buttons.

Press the "Ok" button and the telephone will say: "Right name" and the first letter on
the left of the display will begin to flash. Press the "C" button to delete the letter that is
flashing, or input another letter by simply typing the actual number you require using
the keypad. Once complete it will move to the next digit and it will flash on the display.
You can also move to the next digit by using either the "Up" or "Down" buttons. When
complete, press the "Ok" button and the telephone will say: "Ok".

Please note: Any name recordings will be deleted and must be re-recorded after the
number/name has been modified.

Quick-dial

Storing a quick dial number
To store a quick dial number, press the "Menu" button twice to enter the menu. The
display will show and announce the word "Store". Press the "Ok" button to confirm.
Using the keypad, enter the desired number (up to 22 digits - each of which will be
announced if voice function is on). Use either the "Up", "Down" or "C" buttons if
necessary to cancel any digit input incorrectly. When the number is correct, press the
"Ok" button followed by the preferred speed dial location (M1, M2, M3 buttons) by
pressing the corresponding button (these three memory buttons are located on the
right side on the front of the telephone, one above the other and are marked with one,
two and three tactile marks respectively).

Dialling a quick dial number
Press the desired quick dial button (M1, M2 or M3).
Lift the handset, or press the "Ok" button, or press the "Speakerphone" button for
hands-free use.

Technical specification
     40dB High speech loudness receiver with LED indicator
     Tone receiver frequency control
     Flash strobe ringing indicator
     Extra Loud ringer 90 dBspl (at 1 meter)
     Multi-viewing angle Super Big FSTN display(160 x 240 dots) with white back light
     User selectable black and white background (LCD display)
     Tactile dots on quick-dial (M1-M3) keys
     Big buttons
     Speakerphone with LED indicator
     85 phone book memory
     FSK talking Caller ID
     Non volatile 64 caller ID memory (14 digits number, 16 characters name,
      time/day of call)
     Caller ID memory call back
     Up/Down review
     Real time clock
     Flash Recall (100/300/600mS)
     Redial
     Mute
     Pause
     Menu
     New Call LED indicator
     New Call LED on/off
     High loudness receiver volume LED indicator
     Hearing aid compatible
     Headset jack
     Desk top and wall mountable

Troubleshooting
No display
Make sure that the power adaptor is plugged in correctly and is not damaged.

The telephone does not ring
Make sure that the telephone line cord is plugged in correctly and is not damaged.

Connect another telephone to the telephone line socket or move your telephone to
another socket to track if the failure is coming from your telephone or your telephone
line socket.
There may be too many communication devices connected to a single telephone line
e.g. another telephone, modem or facsimile machine. Contact your network provider
for help in calculating the limit for your home or business line.

No number is displayed when the telephone rings
Please contact your telephone network provider to obtain the Caller display service or
ensure that it has been activated if you have already subscribed.

Even if you have subscribed to Caller display, if the caller does not want to show their
number, the display will show "Private number", or if the call is from an area not
providing caller display, "Unavailable number" will be displayed.

It could be a call from a private telephone exchange. Caller display may not work
properly if this is the case.

No response on LCD display
If you have experienced a power failure the batteries may become weak. If the power
is restored and the LCD display still does not respond then replace the batteries with
new ones.

Flashing light on the top right hand corner of the screen or the light on the top
right hand corner of the screen stays on
Review the Call log.

Please note: If you are still having trouble please contact the Geemarc helpline on
01707 384438 (Mon-Fri 9am-5pm).

Safety information

General
Only use the correct, authorised power supply provided with the product.

Do not open the unit (except to replace the batteries). Contact your place of purchase
for any technical queries or to report a fault.

Never dispose of batteries in a fire. There is a serious risk of explosion and/or the
release of toxic chemicals. Dispose of them in the correct manner, in accordance with
the regulations imposed by your Local Authority.

Cleaning
Clean the telephone with a soft cloth. Keep the base and handset charging contacts
clean. Never use a polish or any cleaning agents - they could damage the finish or the
electrics inside.
Environmental
Do not expose to direct sunlight.

Always ensure there is a free flow of air over the surfaces of the telephone.

Do not place any part of your product in water and do not use it in damp or humid
conditions, e.g. bathrooms.

Do not expose your product to fire or other hazardous conditions.

Unplug your phone from the telephone socket during thunderstorms because it could
damage your telephone. Your guarantee does not cover thunderstorm damage.

The telephone is designed for working within a temperature range of 5°C to 45°C.

Terms and conditions of sale
All goods are guaranteed against faults for 12 months from date of invoice. Faults
should be notified to RNIB prior to return, who will issue a returns authorisation number
(RMA). Goods can be returned as “unsuitable” within 30 days of delivery, as follows:

1.   Customer must contact RNIB to obtain a returns authorisation number (RMA).
2.   Items must be returned in original packaging and condition.
3.   Goods must be marked “Returns” and must show the authorisation number.
4.   Goods lost in transit will only be refunded on proof of postage.
5.   Goods marked as “non returnable” in the RNIB catalogues cannot be returned for
     hygiene reasons - unless faulty, and software products whose seal has been
     broken cannot be returned unless faulty.

Where goods are sold to organisations, who then sell on the goods, the guarantee will
commence from the date of original purchase from RNIB.

None of the above terms and conditions affect your statutory rights. If you require
further information or clarification of these terms and conditions please contact:

RNIB, PO Box 173, Peterborough PE2 6WS, U.K.

Telephone: 0303 123 9999
Textphone: 0845 758 5691
Email: shop@rnib.org.uk
Website: rnib.org.uk

Registered charity No. 226227

Overseas customers should contact RNIB Export Department at the above address or
call:

Telephone: +44 (0) 1733 37 5400
Export direct fax: +44 (0) 1733 23 8541
Email: exports@rnib.org.uk

Product regulations

This product is CE marked.
The materials, components, and assemblies in this product comply with 'The
Restriction of the Use of Certain Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic
Equipment Regulations 2006' (RoHS).


Customers are advised to return this product, free of charge, to their supplier or the
manufacturer at the end of its life. This is to comply with 'The Waste Electrical and
Electronic Equipment Directive' (WEEE).

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